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Tephritis conura (f), Tephritidae, Jul 14, 2021, Murau, Austria
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Posted on 22-11-2021 22:54
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I think this is a Tephritis female or close.
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Teglagyar u. 30.
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Another view.

Unfortunately I forgot to note which plant this fly was visiting.
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Tephritis conura.
Several Cirsium sp. are host.

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Thanks, this makes sense, the place were full of Cirsium spp, mostly C. oleraceum.
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Yes, Tephritis conura
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